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Old 03-29-2018, 07:16 PM
 
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Originally Posted by boneyard1962 View Post
The young man made a choice to become a public figure. He made a choice to become a target for those who disagree with what he has to say.
In my opinion he has has a foul mouth and his parents should be ashamed of how poorly they raised their son in that regard. As my Grandfather used to say "It's a small man that needs profanity to express themselves."
He has a right to his opinion and to state it. He even has a right to use foul language. The rest of us have the right to not respect how he delivers his message or him for his delivery.
I agree with using foul language in speaking to the public. I personally wouldn't do it. And you have every right not to listen.

 
Old 03-29-2018, 07:18 PM
 
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Unbelievable that some companies actually enabled this narcissist Hogg and dropped their advertisement.

I see absolutely NOTHING wrong with what Ingram posted.

Please stop enabling and coddling these self important narcissist 'activist heroes.'
She didn't post anything of substance.

Her maturity level was less than that of a child.

Hoping more advertisers dump her. Then maybe she'll rely on intelligence more than trying to be a funny person.
 
Old 03-29-2018, 07:19 PM
 
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A lot of them do. Especially the politicians who are bought by the NRA and who refuse to enact any common sense gun reform. It's about time for a change.
Every single gun law that is ALREADY in place did not do anything. Authorities knew about Cruz and did nothing.

What would more gun laws accomplish?

Sure change is needed: to the FBI, to the police, to the school system, to the treatment of the mentally ill, to the overprescription of medication to school aged children.

Let's go ahead and discuss those things, shall we?
 
Old 03-29-2018, 07:21 PM
 
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Every single gun law that is ALREADY in place did not do anything. Authorities knew about Cruz and did nothing.

What would more gun laws accomplish?

Sure change is needed: to the FBI, to the police, to the school system, to the treatment of the mentally ill, to the overprescription of medication to school aged children.

Let's go ahead and discuss those things, shall we?
Yes, I think those things should be discussed as well.
 
Old 03-29-2018, 07:25 PM
 
Location: sumter
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I've said it once, I'll say it again. Trump supporters have zero redeemable qualities.
Don't worry these kids aren't going anywhere. they will be here long after these people are gone, doing what they have to do. And the others will be too old and feeble to even have the strength to even lift their guns.
 
Old 03-29-2018, 07:28 PM
 
Location: Pac. NW
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The only difference in Hogg and every other gun control advocate is his indignant attitude and delivery. He sounds like a loud mouthed rowdy redneck. The media keeps giving this guy the limelight, maybe they should take note of the Ingraham situation and drop his clown act altogether. He seems to think that presenting himself as some type of victim makes him sacrosanct.

And what 17 year old kid knows anything about anything? Wait 'til he gets out of safe public school/academia and into the real world where the name of the game is to produce something of value or be tossed into the street.

He's just another hyper-emotional noise maker who thinks he can change the world by having nothing more than an opinion.
 
Old 03-29-2018, 07:29 PM
 
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I could not agree more. When Hillary called them a basket of deplorables, she was being kind. Some of them are downright despicable . When they start attacking young people, who have been through events no person, let alone a child, should ever see, it really shows what these people are made of.

Next time you ask yourself how a lying, cheating, ugly natured man like Donald Trump ever got anyone to vote for him, remember this thread. He is cut from the same cloth as a lot of his supporters.
He won because as bad as Trump is, Hillary and her supporters on the Democrat left are even worse.
 
Old 03-29-2018, 07:31 PM
 
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She didn't post anything of substance.

Her maturity level was less than that of a child.

Hoping more advertisers dump her. Then maybe she'll rely on intelligence more than trying to be a funny person.
Indeed, although it's not clear to me that she's capable of much more. She's been making a name for herself by operating deep down in the gutter all the way back to college.
 
Old 03-29-2018, 07:32 PM
 
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Don't worry these kids aren't going anywhere. they will be here long after these people are gone, doing what they have to do. And the others will be too old and feeble to even have the strength to even lift their guns.
Fortunately plenty of us "old and feeble" Trump supporters are raising our children to see through the liberal propaganda.
 
Old 03-29-2018, 07:38 PM
 
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WOW....hemorrhaging....what she lost 5 now maybe?

Funny, the left is calling for sincerity....you must be one of them deplorable people...oh, wait....you voted for her....
Goodness gracious, this is not a complicated issue AT ALL.

Fact: Laura I. wrote a nasty tweet about Hogg
Fact: Advertisers started dropping her in reaction to her tweet
Fact: Laura I. issued a very public apology for her tweet

She either kowtowed to the network because pressure from advertisers was very much REAL and SIGNIFICANT, or she genuinely realized the grave error in her behavior, or both. Whatever the reason, she apologized, which shows she is more in touch with business reality and/or more cognizant of her egregious behavior than bloviating Hogg-triggered haters who troll the internet.

Those are the facts. There is no need to drag in discussions entirely irrelevant to this episode - like Barron et al. Good grief, get over it Hogg-haters. Laura apologized. Take a cue from her.
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